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Behavioural freight transport modelling
Freight vehicle movements are the result of interactions amongst various agents in the ...
Benchmarking ARRB's National Interest Services program internationally
Managed by the Australian Road Research Board (ARRB), the National Interest Services ...
It is not only the construction and maintenance of pavements that is evolving. Pavements ...
Minimum physical infrastructure standard for operation of automated driving
ARRB is embarking on an exciting new project for Austroads to ready Australian and New ...
Future Transport and Mobility Environment
What should the future transport and mobility environment look like?
Tram signal priority using connected technologies
ARRB in collaboration with VicRoads (Victoria Department of Transport), Yarra Trams, and ...
Report reveals facts about COVID-19 lockdown road crashes
The national COVID-19 lockdown from March to August did not proportionally reduce road ...
Integration of Blockchain and Internet of Things for transport data digitisation
The Internet of Things (IoT) enables track and traceability through embedded sensors in ...
Data sheds new light on COVID-19 effects
COVID-19 restrictions and shutdowns have had a significant effect on reducing traffic and ...
Using data to improve pavement rehab treatment design
ARRB research has powered an Austroads report investigating more cost-effective ways of ...
NSW Dangerous Goods Movement Study
Transport for NSW (TfNSW) has commissioned the Australian Road Research Board (ARRB) to ...
Driver distraction more serious than you think
Distracted driving has been found to be at least as dangerous as drink driving.
Research focuses on the well-worn path
For nearly a quarter of a century, ARRB’s Dr Tim Martin and Lith Choummanivong have had ...